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Q&A regarding engines, turbos, and intercoolers and power upgrades
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Fri Mar 20, 2009 6:46 pm

Peak HP: 189.70
Peak Torque: 201
Type of Dyno: AWD
Brand of Dyno: Dynojet
Engine Displacement: Stock
Engine Compression: Stock
Camshafts: Stock
Turbo: JDM CT26
Turbo Pressure: 0.8kg/cm3
Fuel: Stock fuel (injectors, pump, regulator, rail)
Fuel Type: 95 Octane
Engine Managment: Stock
Other Info: 3" turbo-back , FMIC, MSD Blaster SS coil

This was done with fuel almost on "E", no dyno fan, 28degrees celsius ambient temp, oem (old) ignition wires and a badly cracked dizzy cap.
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Thu Apr 30, 2009 11:01 pm


Peak HP: 187.1 whp @ 5850 rpm
Peak Torque: 195.8 ft lb @ 4200 rpm
Type of Dyno: FWD
Brand of Dyno: Dyno Dynamics
Engine Displacement: Stock
Engine Compression: Stock
Camshafts: Stock
Turbo: JDM CT26
Turbo Pressure: 12 PSI
Fuel: Stock fuel setup
Fuel Type: 94 Octane Pump Fuel
Engine Managment: Stock ECU
Other Info: 89,000 kms on the car - HKS Silent Hipower 3" cat back - rest of exhaust is stock, ST205 W2A IC with Fluidyne 05 Mustang Cobra H/E, ATS Throttle Body Inlet, TurboSmart Manual Boost Controller @ 12PSI, HKS FCD, Greddy Type-S BOV, airbox delete - K&N cone filter, MSD Blaster SS coil.

1 Huge Dyno fan, warm day. 2nd, 3rd and 4th gear. run was started in 2nd due to being in FWD mode where using 1st and 5th isn't advisable. My car shifts really bad due to either my throttle body or cable being sticky or too much boost blowing out my my BOV and the AFM/ECU not liking it, so you can see that zig-zag every time the car shifts as well.

This was my car's first Dyno run and was intended as a baseline before I start putting in my fuel system, turbo, exhaust, cams, etc.

Thanks a lot to Chris, Dustin and Bill at Zensport for dynoing me for only $40, and for being awesome in general.


Fri May 08, 2009 12:15 am

just to share
Peak HP: 335
Peak Torque: 315
Type of Dyno: 2WD
Brand of Dyno: Dynojet
Engine Displacement: 2050cc
Engine Compression: 8.1:1
Camshafts: GE 244
Turbo: bulleye s258 .76a/r
Turbo Pressure: 18psi
Fuel: walbro pump, 780cc precision large bore, aeromotive 1:1 fpr
Fuel Type: 93 pump
Engine Managment: hydra
notes: tvis not working, ignitor is faulty, lifters tapping (i had to pull out a lot of timing in boost)

no pics as i am not done but thought i'd share. thanks to srt tuning, midas, and paradise racing for the sponsored time!

Wed Jul 01, 2009 10:49 am


Peak HP: 368.8@7600rpm
Peak Torque: 355.6@4500rpm
Type of Dyno: AWD
Brand of Dyno: Dyno Dynamics
Engine Displacement: Stock
Engine Compression: 8.7:1
Camshafts: HKS 264
Turbo: GTB3037
Turbo Pressure: 22psi
Fuel: 750cc w/walbro
Fuel Type: 93oct pump
Engine Managment: Autronic SMC

Sold to John Stewart in 2006
Last edited by billprice on Sun Jul 05, 2009 10:15 am, edited 1 time in total.

Wed Jul 01, 2009 8:55 pm

Nice power! :)

What specs were you running for that, namely the turbo? That is about the range of power I plan to make.



Thu Jul 02, 2009 9:23 am

Engine fully built, blueprinted, balanced to withstand 650+ horsepower conservatively. Forged pistons and Eagle rods. Pro Performance upgraded headwork. HKS 264 degree cams, intake and exhaust. Pro Performance shimless bucket conversion on valvetrain. Absolute engine redline at 10,500 rpm. RMR intake manifold. Paul Rennison custom exhaust manifold. Wolfkatz fuel rail with 750 cc injectors. Adjustable fuel pressure regulator. Walbro 255 lph fuel pump. Paul Rennison's "world's largest FMIC" for All-Trac. (Measures 12" X 34-1/2" X 2-3/4") Autronic SMC ECU. Incon dual ball bearing GTB3037 turbo. (Basically a GT30 BB turbo in a GT25 housing) Tial wategate. Tial blow off valve. Aussie 3" downpipe and full exhaust. Exhaust manifold, downpipe, associated external wastegate piping Swain Tech performance coated. Autronic CDI ignition. Custom big brake kit (13" dual caliper rotors). Short shift kit. Full compliment of gauges including, engine coolant temperature, EGT, boost, oil pressure. HKS dual plate clutch and lightened flywheel. Whiteline front and rear swaybars. Oh yeah..........one thing I don't want to forget mentioning.........HKS EVC II boost controller about one month out of warranty and NOT working! AND, I cannot get anyone from HKS to call me back from tech support to trouble shoot it. Anybody know anything about them? Good thing I had the external wastegate spring set at 22 psi or else I would be driving a Slow-Trac. Guess I'll need to pony up some bux for a new boost controller. I would like to see what she would do with say.......30 psi or so?

Sat Jul 04, 2009 8:03 pm

Do you still own that car Bill?

Mon Jul 06, 2009 1:15 pm

Hey Wayne, I just saw you're an AT God once again...congrats man!!!

Fri Aug 28, 2009 5:30 am

awd dyno twin roller
Engine Displacement: Stock
Engine Compression: Stock
Camshafts: Stock
Turbo: CT26 clocked
a/c works 100%
p/s leaked but worked 100%
Turbo Pressure: 8-9 psi on dyno was at 7 due to heat
Fuel: Stock fuel setup
Fuel Type: 91 Fuel
Engine Managment: 205 ECU- hard code 54
Other Info: 3" dp - rest of exhaust is stock, huge fmic off ebay, 165 throtle body rubber, no boost controler just using stock spring in waste-gate, Freddy Type-S BOV, 3" str8 intake- red cone air filter, ign. system is stock.

peak hp 187.77 @ 7 psi ran lean. and the guys had no huge fan too cool stuff downImage
Last edited by tubasteve on Sun Nov 15, 2009 6:28 am, edited 1 time in total.

Wed Sep 23, 2009 7:35 pm

NOT my car just thought it was a good place to put it? and isnt easy to find on youtube.

car is spining wheels on dyno here

dyno 819 wheel here


Thu Oct 01, 2009 10:50 pm


That is Pat's car isn't it?


Fri Oct 02, 2009 4:53 am


Sun Nov 15, 2009 12:49 pm


4WD dyno
Brand of Dyno: Dyno Dynamics
Engine Displacement: 2050cc
Engine Compression: 8.3:1
Camshafts: hks 264
Turbo: Greddy TE06
Turbo Pressure: 20psi
Fuel: walbro pump + bosch 044
Fuel Type: 98 ron
Engine Managment: Power FC

My MSD was malfunctioning so this run was was capped at 20psi and 7.5k and a safe tune. I'll be taking it back soon for 30psi and more revs with a tune for power.
Last edited by MATT-S on Sun Nov 15, 2009 11:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Sun Nov 15, 2009 10:37 pm

Was that an AWD or FWD dyno?

Sun Nov 15, 2009 11:01 pm

Sorry, it was AWD dyno, I have amended my previous post.
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